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Decidual cells were large and small without clear boundaries, had hyperchromatic nuclei and clear cytoplasm.
17] In this study, we demonstrated DC-SIGNR expression on Hobauer cells and decidual cells as well.
They resembled glandular cells, Comet cells of high-grade ESS, fibroblasts, decidual cells, and predecidual endometrial stromal cells at the middle to late secretory phases.
We wished to determine whether the reference values for decidual cells differed from those of chorionic villi.
Multi-national guidelines recommend the use of these drugs because aspirin provides an anticoagulant effect and HCQ plays an immunomodulatory role that could inhibit the toxicity of NK cells and the bond of interferon a with decidual cells.
The expression of the CTLA4 gene in the placental fibroblasts and decidual cells throughout gestation has raised the possibility of involvement of the CTLA4 molecule in the maintenance of tolerance at the maternal-fetal interface (9).